May responds after Brexit vote defeat – BBC News
May responds after Brexit vote defeat – BBC News 230 volts – let’s go to the Prime Minister, now tells us nothing about what it does support, nothing about how nothing about how old, even if it intends to all of the decision, the British people talk in a referendum. Parliament decided to hold and peace on these questions. As soon as possible. Thursday’s child Salon, I’ll trade with EU need that piracy. So, with your permission to speak briefly how the government intends to proceed to the house, given the importance of tonight’s vote to text back question if they wish to do so, I can the government will make time to debate stop motion tomorrow and if it’s happened before Christmas, the official opposition declined to do so. We will, on this occasion, considered making time tomorrow to debate any Motion in the full moon opposition parties. Should I put one for second second house confirmed it. Confidence in this government meetings with my colleagues or confidence in Supply. Part of the day you pee commentary and swim across the house to identify what would be required to secure the house. Given the name to make progress in this house European Union, the first it is to leave in an orderly way with a good deal. A friend is not legally binding, but the respect the will of the house we will laugh will make a statement about the way forward and table in the mandible motion by Monday, the 2nd reassurances to the British people who voted leave the European Union in the referendum. Two-And-A-Half years ago I became prime minister issue being resolved, means more uncertainty and more anchor the government of her tonight to listen to the British people who want this JustFab Theresa May says it is clear MPs do not support the deal.
However, she says that “tonight’s vote tells us nothing about what it does support, nothing about how or even if it intends to honour the decision that people took in a referendum”.
“EU citizens here and UK citizens in the EU deserve clarity as soon as possible,” she says, as do businesses and ordinary people.
The focus now is confirming whether the government still has Parliament’s confidence, she says, and the government will make time tomorrow to debate a no confidence motion if one is tabled by the Labour party.
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